The Law Offices of Rondee J. Eagle, provides aggressive criminal defense representation by experienced criminal lawyers for those clients charged with juvenile delinquency offenses. Juveniles, persons under the age of 18, can be charged with same the crimes as adults; however, the goal of the juvenile justice system, procedures, and consequences differ dramatically! If a juvenile petition is filed against the minor, he or she may be eligible for informal supervision pursuant to Welfare and Institutions Code section, 654 depending on the charge Informal supervision can result in the charges being DISMISSED after the probationary period if the juvenile complies with a probation officer’s plan of supervision. A minor may be eligible for a program of informal supervision set forth in Section 654 or 654.2 unless he or she has had the benefit of a prior 654 dismissal and has not previously been adjudicated a “ward” of the court. In addition, the minor may not be eligible if the petition:

  • Alleges that the minor has violated specific violent, sexual and or serious crimes;
  • Alleges that the minor has sold or possessed drugs for sale;
  • Alleges that the minor has possessed drugs where the violation took place at a public or private elementary, vocational, junior high school, or high school; or
  • Alleges that the minor has violated a gang crime and or allegations
The Law Offices of Rondee J. Eagle believes that every client, no matter the crime, deserves the best defense and due process of law. If you or a loved one is being charged with a crime, please contact our office at (877) 499-5342, or fill out the online evaluation form.